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Libreyana 6 - Earth Abides


Published March 1, 2015
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Libreyana 6: Earth
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Your
host rants for a bit longer than expected, shares a Frank Sinatra
anecdote he heard
Artie
Lange tell on The Joe Rogan Experience,
skips
voice-overs
due to an illness affecting the throat, and lastly, but (arguably)
not least, shares "
Graveyard
Junction
"
(my original composition/recording of a simple tune). Still slightly
suboptimal
in fidelity
,
but getting better. If anyone out there in Intertube Land wants to
help me to produce my source tracks into new mixes, contribute more
instrumentation or vocals, whatever, or produce your own re-mixes, I
would be jazzed. Holler at me at ao@amateurzen.us. Enjoy.


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Musical Selections 2


Intro

...featuring an excerpt of "Apex Chappelle" from
Route
9
by Uncle
Milk
| CC
BY 4.0

an excerpt of
"Radiologie" from
Explorations
Sonores

by
Antoine
Guiry
| CC
BY-SA 3.0

and excerpts of
the
No
Agenda Show
with Adam
Curry
& Barack
Obama
| CC
BY-SA 3.0

  1. "Graveyard
    Junction
    "
    by
    Alex
    O'Brien

    CC
    BY 4.0


  2. "Winter Anthem"
    from
    Heaven
    Among the Hills

    by
    Sawtooth
    CC
    BY 3.0


  3. "Add Another Log to the Funeral
    Pyre"
    from
    Collection

    by
    Squire
    Tuck

    CC
    BY 4.0


  4. "Mush-Mouth"
    from
    Core
    Sample

    by
    Sinkhole
    CC
    BY-SA 3.0


  5. "Keep the Money"
    from
    dayvision

    by
    epsilon
    not

    CC
    BY 4.0


  6. "Talking Machine"
    from
    Revised & Corrected: Volume 2

    by
    Angus
    CC
    BY-SA 3.0


  7. "Espadas en Alto"
    from
    Rock
    Pedal to the Floor

    by
    The
    Shooters

    CC
    BY 3.0


  8. "You Got to Feel it Tonight"

    from
    Just
    Had To Let You Know

    by
    Lorenzo's
    Music

    CC
    BY-SA 3.0


  9. "Trip Home"
    from
    The
    Scientific Method, Volume II: Experiments in Sound and Perspective


    by
    Professor
    Kliq

    CC
    BY-SA 3.0


  10. "Feeling
    Good
    "
    by
    Vienna
    Ditto

    CC
    BY 3.0


  11. "A Good Man Passing"
    from
    Exile
    in Blue (Best of II)

    by
    Roy
    Smiles

    CC
    BY-SA 3.0


  12. "Asleep in a House of Cards"

    from
    A
    Bullet by Any Other Name


    by
    Sunshine
    & Irony

    CC
    BY-SA 3.0


  13. "Rain Falls"
    from
    Entrance

    by
    Andrey
    Avkhimovich

    CC
    BY 3.0


  14. "Where I Want To Be"
    from
    This
    Riders Song

    by
    Jeffrey
    Phillip Nelson

    CC
    BY-SA 3.0


  15. "Hercules"
    from
    SAW2TH

    by
    Sawtooth
    CC
    BY 3.0


  16. "Hard Times Come Again No More"

    from
    The
    Rocky Road

    by
    Christoph
    Nolte

    CC
    BY-SA 3.0


Outro

...featuring "Advertising, Whatever" from the
No
Agenda Show

"Pay Up, Pricks"
by
John
C. Dvorak
from the No
Agenda Show

and an excerpt of "One
for Brownie" from
A
lil Somethin' Somethin'

by
The
Good Lawdz

Details


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The music you hear is free to copy, modify,
and distribute.
Tracks are individually licensed and hyper-links
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I rant, ramble, read texts, credit tracks, and
arrange these
musical selections into a package containing notes
and (sometimes) cover art;
that work is ©2015 Alex O'Brien, but
(hopefully) effectively
dedicated to the public domain under the
terms of
CC™
Zero
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I do appreciate
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Alex
O'Brien
and/or Amateur
Zen
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if you are already doing so, I'd love to hear from you.


Most of the musical selections were originally
found at
Jamendo,
Bandcamp,
and
The
Internet Archive
.


Some of the clips of the No
Agenda Show
that you hear
here
may be available at
https://archive.org/details/lrhq-jingles.


Audio codecs (Ogg, Opus, FLAC) provided by the
Xiph.org Foundation:
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Audio
editing done in
Audacity:
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
Audio
encoding done by
dir2ogg:
http://jak-linux.org/projects/dir2ogg/
and
opusenc
from
opus-tools:
http://www.opus-codec.org
Notes
iterated by
Pandoc:
http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc/
ls
and
cd
are also integral to the production of this program.



1Alternative
formats include .txt,
.odt,
and .pdf.




2Most
selections are slightly altered, modified, and/or mixed with other
selections. Many tracks are voiced over. My intent is to compose in
the spirit of my inspirations: the diverse variety of terrestrial
and Internet radio programming I grew up listening to and continue
to consume (more "podcasts" these days, thank heavens).
There are certain disc-jockey and pre-produced radio "treatments"
we, as a society, have grown accustomed to hearing. These include
cross-fades, fade-ins, fade-outs, auto-ducks (as Audacity and I call
them), voice-overs, stingers and bumpers that may bleed slightly
into primary content, etc. These minor manipulations (and major
manipulations too, for my money) do very little to detract from the
significance of the content they effect. Personally, my mind has
only been pried farther open upon exposure to this flavor of signal
transmission artistry. I intend to help to push some corner of that
envelope. The last thing I intend to do is obscure the authorship of
the skilled industrialists whose work I feature, or infringe upon
their due credit. If you need details on any of these modifications,
feel free to ask me at ao@amateurzen.us.




3Ryno's
own #OO
Show
is also well worth a try!




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